English composer and organist and representative of the 'Golden Age' of English Church music.
Together with his younger comtemporary William Byrd, who between them were granted the monopoly of music printing, he escaped the worst excesses of the Reformation and composed music freely in both Latin and English.
His most famous work is the stunning forty-part motet Spem in Alium.
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